NEC Unveils 8,000 lumens projector
Display Solutions has Debuted the first projector in the 8,000-lumen laser category.
single-chip DLP PX803UL projector requires
virtually no lamp replacement, with up to 20,000 hours of
longer life span and
sealed optical engine means that, under some circumstances, the
run 24 hours a day, if necessary. The selection of wide zoom lenses,
vertical and horizon lens shift capacity and control code emulation
aim to make
installation fairly easy.
quality of images should be enhanced by the
high brightness with up to 4K input signal and advanced color
technology. As for connectivity, company representatives stated the new
the world's first HDMI-out
Users can take advantage of portrait mode projection, 360-degree free tilt
installation, unique geometric adjustment and 3D support. With its
Administrator 2, users can manage all connected display devices from a
reliability, high-durability laser model is an appealing new option for
signage and other market applications that haven't used projectors
said NEC Display's senior product manager of projectors, Richard
projector is the first of its kind in this market category, it
gives industries the opportunity to remain ahead of the curve in terms
features of the PX803UL
Start function, which allows the projector to reach the required
brightness level quickly;
- 1,920 x 1,200 resolution;
in black or white;
throw distances ranging from 1.5 to 180 feet;
to project uncompressed full HD video; and
software applications like DisplayNote, Crestron Roomview,
AMX Beacon and PJ Link.
PX803UL will be available in February with a minimum advertised
price of $16,999.
Michael Hart is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer and the former executive editor of THE Journal.